Friday, June 16, 2006

Random Nuclear Strikes Hacked

I don't have any details at the moment, but AnalogKid's blog "Random Nuclear Strikes" appears to have been hacked big time. There is both Arabic and English writing and a couple of email addresses ending in ".FR".

As I get more information I'll keep you updated......


At Saturday, June 17, 2006 2:00:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Heya Mr. C. My tech support

(Craig at MTPolitics)

says that I should be able to have my host do a system restore and get rid of it.

The trouble is, they waited until I was at work and I can't get to Hosting Matters support site from (employer's blocking software).

So, as soon as I can get home, I'll be writing to them to see how bad this is (and if it is going to cost me anything.

I may just stay down all weekend (or just a small thing for Father's Day) as I'm coming up with some very good ideas as to a response for these islamofascist jihadis.

Thankee for keeping folks updated. And I'll be crossing my fingers for a win for you at the plate match on Sunday.


At Saturday, June 17, 2006 7:32:00 AM, Blogger my1911 said...

Hrmph. This related to my reason for switching to blogspot instead of doing my own hosting (I can, and have but...) PHP is a hard language to write secure code in, espcially with all the neat features bloggers have come up with. Tracking security updates can be a full time job, and even then you are usually behind the curve.

I know you had Joe Huffman setup your site, so there's no lack of security experience there. Its just inherent in the maturity of blogging software.

I figure the admins at blogspot have more time for maintence and security than I do. The tradeoff is that when there is an explot for blogspot it will effect more people at the same time.

At Saturday, June 17, 2006 8:39:00 AM, Blogger Rivrdog said...

AK, I doubt it's real islamofascists, probably just some script kiddies.

Look at the last line: an Islamist would NEVER say that.


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